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View Poll Results: Your favorite steak cut?
New York Strip (firm but flavorful) 4 10.00%
Tenderloin or filet (really tender but not a lot of flavor 6 15.00%
Porterhouse - the best of both worlds 10 25.00%
Ribeye - riddled with fat 17 42.50%
Flatiron - fairly cheap, damned good 1 2.50%
Top Sirloin - fairly cheap, need to marinate 2 5.00%
Other 0 0%
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Old 04-16-2010, 07:45 PM   #1
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Default Steak cuts - what is your favorite?

With warm weather here and all the talk about grillin', I thought it would be good to see what kind of steaks y'all like the most.

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Old 04-16-2010, 07:49 PM   #2
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I've always been partial to a good NY strip myself...

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Ribeye all the way, pardner.

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Porterhouse, the strip first, the filet after. This steak cut has great flavor and I can cook one and give the wife the fillet while I eat the strip!

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I voted Porterhouse. Great all around steak. That said, I can make em all taste good. A little of this and a little of that and Presto!!! Mouth watering good times.

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Porterhouse, the strip first, the filet after. This steak cut has great flavor and I can cook one and give the wife the fillet while I eat the strip!
Hell, I eat 'em both and let her chew the bone. We're full-blooded, red meat eatin' men, right?
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I am highly offended - now I need to grill some burgers for the meat fix!

Top Sirloin is the favorite!

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Top Sirloin, especially after you marinate it, is REALLY good and works well to cube for kabobs, too.

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A flank steak marinated and cooked and sliced right is really good.

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Ribeye 4 me

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